5 Soldiers have won a string of four and five-star reviews for its visceral portrayal of the lives and experiences of a female and four young male soldiers as they undergo training and are deployed in the middle of a brutal conflict.
It explores issues as diverse as gender, the impact of war and conflict, discipline, dealing with an injury, sacrifice, and the rigors of military training.
Hampstead Theatre to stream hit production of I and YOU, Starring Maisie Williams, for free from Monday 23 - Sunday 29 March.
King Lear focuses on the story of Cordelia, Lear’s youngest daughter who fails his test of love at the start of the play which results in fighting, uprising and ultimately tragedy.
The philharmonie Berlin is sadly closed now until 19 April due to COVID19. But the orchestra will continue to play for everyone, in the Digital Concert Hall.
The Royal Opera House is launching a free programme of curated online broadcasts, musical masterclasses and cultural insights that get under the skin of both ballet and opera and offer everyone a unique look behind the scenes at one of the world's most famous cultural institutions.
A number of performing arts organisations, artists and practitioners have conducted live streams, posted recorded shows or are creating new work for the online space. These are available to anyone with an internet connection and the list below represents what the Culture Diary team has found or been notified about. This is an ongoing list.
Google Art and Culture have virtual tours of around 2,500 museums and their collections from around the world, including the British Museum, ready for you to explore while at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discover the collections on offer on Google Arts and Culture here.
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From 29 February 2020, Europe’s first major exhibition dedicated to kimono is on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum.